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Improving risk adjustment in the PRAiS model for mortality after paediatric cardiac surgery and improving public understanding of its use in monitoring outcomes

Project title: Improving risk adjustment in the PRAiS model for mortality after paediatric cardiac surgery and improving public understanding of its use in monitoring outcomes

Call to action: 14/19 14/19 HS&DR Follow-on Studies

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Dr Christina PagelORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-2857-1628

Lead Author: Dr Christina Pagel

Contractor: University College London

Cost: £239,426.59

Co-investigators: Dr Katherine Brown, Dr Rodney Franklin, Dr Sonya Crowe, Dr Tim Rakow, Professor Martin Utley.

Started: April 2015 | Status: Published July 2017

The PRAiS risk model has been updated and validated and is now in national use, while a public website to explain its use in monitoring survival after children's heart surgery was developed and launched.

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